Kay WalkingStick is active/lives in New York. Kay WalkingStick is known for non objective, modernist-leaning landscape and figural painting.
Biography Kay WalkingStick
A painter whose style includes abstract expressionism, conceptualism, and realism, Kay WalkingStick creates landscapes, figural depictions, and other works symbolic of her life that combined Cherokee, Oklahoma Indian heritage with the white Protestantism. Born in Syracuse, New York, she attended Beaver College in Glenside, Pennsylvania, graduating with a BFA in 1959, and in 1972, she earned a Danforth Fellowship, which she used to attend the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. In 1975 she graduated with an MFA in painting. She became a tenured professor of art at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
WalkingStick's mother encouraged her to "make something of herself," and from the time she was young, she has shown art talent.
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